WTCI Debuts New Greater Chattanooga Episode ‘Monomath’
From a media release:
“Monomath,” a new installment in the Greater Chattanooga series, premieres online Wednesday, July 1st and will introduce you to the layered, complex sounds of three talented local musicians. PBS opens doors to music, culture and art through programming, online resources and local events and outreach. Join us as we meet a band adding nimble new textures to the Scenic City music scene.
You can call it math rock. You can call it prog rock. You can just call it loud. But if you’ve never heard Monomath, prepare for the unexpected. Rhythmic complexity & hard left turns mark the work of Gabe, Brian, and Ivan, three musicians who are adding something new to the Chattanooga music scene. Greater Chattanooga takes you to their practice space, more music pawn shop than studio.
Greater Chattanooga is a short film series that explores the people and ideas that make us all more aware, happier, and stronger as a community. Viewers can find these online videos both through wtciTV.org and, greaterchattanooga.org as well as watching on-the-go with phones, computers and tablets via YouTube, Facebook and the websites. At home our viewers can also enjoy these films on their HD televisions using products like Apple TV and Roku and the free, easy-to-use PBS app.
WTCI broadcast viewers enjoy interstitials that preview these stories throughout the on-air schedule, followed by a message directing them to see the complete films online at greaterchattanooga.org. On July 24th at 8:30 PM, several of these short films will be a part of a half-hour broadcast. Monthly, viewers can tune in on-air to the broadcast to see a variety of topics addressed, including arts and culture, business and news & public affairs.
Since the series debuted, Greater Chattanooga has explored fascinating stories of innovation, entrepreneurial vision, history and culture from around this region. “Blood Assurance is proud to support WTCI’s series, Greater Chattanooga, that tells the stories of this area,” said Blood Assurance’s VP of Marketing, Charlie Callari. “Just as we connect donors to recipients, so does this series connect people through the power of storytelling.”
WTCI serves over 400,000 households in 35 counties, educating, engaging and inspiring exploration through trusted, quality programming and community and education outreach. This series is made possible by support from sponsors, including Blood Assurance, EPB Fiber Optics and the local office of UBS Financial Services. Please visit greaterchattanooga.org or contact Shaun Townley at 423.702.7821 for information about supporting the series.